There are many reasons why this occurs, the first thing to do is to ensure the horse is not suffering from some sort of pain in the shoulder or legs making it uncomfortable for it to lift its feet. If all is well it may be you are not approaching the job correctly. stand parallel to the horse's shoulder facing away from the head then try patting the horse on the shoulder and running your hand firmly from the shoulder down the leg to the hoof finishing with cupping the front of the hoof in your palm while applying gentle but firm pressure to the heel with your thumb ask the horse to lift as you do so, if it resists lean on the shoulder to push the horses weight gently off the required leg before trying again. Repeating the exercize often will teach your horse to respond better each time.
no it is his feet cuz he loves picking out shoes
The longest hair on a horse is its tail, but the longest mane in the world records was nine feet and ten inches.
sitting at home, picking her feet... eating some chocolate. Playing a bit of xbox
During the Baroque era to travel on land people used horses and their own two feet. To travel by water people used boats, obviously.
A kick ball change is quite a simple move and a little difficult to explain. You first obviously kick your foot then right when your foot comes down you balance your weight on the balls of your feet (the part of your feet you balance on when you stand on your toes) hence the name kick ball change.
A halter Picking up of feet if it is for howrse riding level 9, the answer is all of these
hooves are found on horse feet
Horse stomp there feet when they get tried. This does not mean that your horse is mad at you.
I have never heard of such a remedy. Pine tar is often used to keep a horse's hoof healthy, but to pack it with tar is something else entirely.
They had better be doing 90 miles per hour, otherwise the horse comes apart in the middle.
Picking up fruit with her feet
On a horse's leg, the fetlock is a hinge joint relative to a human's knuckle. It is colloquially known even by experts as an ankle, but according to the related link below, that is a misnomer. Please see the link:
I have never heard of a horse jump 13 feet. The highest I know of was 8 feet.